New York Jets versus New England Patriots NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Thursday Night Football is year around beginning in the 2013 season and on tap for September 12th will be an AFC East divisional showdown as the New York Jets will travel on a short week to face the New England Patriots from NFL action in primetime. The Jets and Patriots will begin from New England at 8:25PM Eastern Time with NFL Network providing the live coast to coast TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side New England Patriots favored by -13 points with an over under line set at 44 points.

The Jets were the most fortunate winners in week one. Their opponent the Tampa Bay Buccaneers with a bad play late allowed the Jets to get into the field goal range with two seconds left in the game and kicker Nick Folk was good from 48 yards to give New York the win. Tampa Bay linebacker Lavonte Davie while chasing quarterback Geno Smith gave an unnecessary late hit on the Jets QB that moved the football 15 yards into the game winning field goal for Folk. The game marked the debut of New York Jets rookie second round draft pick Geno Smith who was under center for the start. Smith didn’t disappoint hitting on 24 of 38 passes for 256 yards with a touchdown and pick. He did lead the Jets to two fourth quarter drives that resulted in in key field goals in the fourth quarter of this game. The New York defense showed signs of the first two years under Red Ryan as they swarmed the ball and the Bucs QB well in this game. New England with a late 35 yard field goal by Stephen Gostkowski was able to edge the Buffalo Bills in week on by the score of 23-21 as a -10 point favorite with the total going under 50 ½ points. It was not a clean performance for New England who committed three turnovers in the game and went just 2 of 5 inside the red zone.

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